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- Packaging is 100% recyclable.
- Cotton and natural dyes.
- Better with Time Like a long friendship, the natural cotton in our Moroccan blankets arrives with a bit of coarseness to them, but the fibers relax as the blankets are lived in and loved in. Blankets are an important part of Moroccan culture, due to the desert climate. Handwoven textiles are woven on home looms and given as gifts to mark special occasions and milestones. Most exquisitely adorned of all Moroccan blankets is the handira, or wedding blanket which can be detailed with sequins, tassels, braids and pompoms. You don’t need to be a blushing bride to enjoy our handiras. This Verve Culture blanket is a versatile but a simple version.
- Product ships directly from Verve Culture and is available to US customers only.
- You can return or exchange full-priced products within 30 days. Exchanges and returns for store credit are free. If you prefer a refund, there will be a $10.95 shipping and handling fee that will be deducted from your refund. For our full shipping and returns policies Click here.
- *Please Note: Color variations may occur (lighter or darker) due to the blankets being hand-dyed.
- 78" x 58"
- Dry clean only.
Verve Culture is a company built on tradition. This three-generation, women-owned team consists of Jacquie Lewis, Jules Vertrees, and Sarah Laping. After years in the gift industry, their love of travel inspired them to bring travel mementos and culturally significant items to consumers. Verve utilizes recycled and renewable materials to create interesting products: from mexican citrus juicers, to hammocks, to mezcal infusion sets. Each item is handcrafted by artisans, supporting real families and traditional production process. Click below to learn more about why we love Verve Culture!See Verve Culture